IPTV accounted for 60.5% of TV reception in France in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Canal+ has entered into a war of words with the CSA after media regulator fined it €200,000.
French media regulator CSA has given the green light to China’s CGTN.
The French satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaîné revealed on Wednesday that the Canal+ Group “refuses to pay its dues” to French cinema.
The French Competition Authority (l’Autorité de la Concurrence) has given the go-ahead for the Salto joint-venture SVOD service.
In France, IPTV confirmed its position as the first means of reception (all sets combined), with 56.7% of households equipped with at least one television set, just ahead of DTT reception (53.7%).
The French media authority CSA has authorised TDF to operate a third pilot channel to broadcast in Ultra High Definition (UHD/4k) in Île-de-France, Nantes and Toulouse.
The Russian regulator Roskomnadzor has accused France 24 of breaking the country’s media laws.
For the first time in France, television viewing via the internet now equals reception of digital terrestrial television via the nation’s TNT network.
French commercial network TF1 has been partially restored by Canal Plus after the intervention of regulator CSA.